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    Maybe if everyone would stop going on and on about how women should have an 'hourglass' figure people wouldn't be so insecure. I think maybe as you do have this holy grail of body types (I've seen posts where you mention your measurements) this is why you don't feel any pressure/insecurity - whereas a lot of people who cannot live up to this do.
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    (Original post by LavenderBlueSky88)
    Maybe if everyone would stop going on and on about how women should have an 'hourglass' figure people wouldn't be so insecure. I think maybe as you do have this holy grail of body types (I've seen posts where you mention your measurements) this is why you don't feel any pressure/insecurity - whereas a lot of people who cannot live up to this do.
    It's not always like that though, my body type has it's own problems, such as it's difficult to buy bras in my size that are pretty (most shops are getting better though I admit!), sometimes clothes that fit my boobs and hips are hugely too big on the waist, and buying bikinis is a nightmare! Then you get jealous girls - "Oh she must be a **** because she has big boobs", and "you look like a ****ing pornstar" even though I dress quite classily.

    However I still love how I look and I wouldn't change, and I think everyone should too. There's good and bad about all types, you just have to focus on the good!
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Inspired by the vast amount of "what size is best/what do people find attractive/are my boobs too small/am I fat/does race matter?" threads we seem to have at the moment. People are different. Different people like different things. So you're never going to get a unanimous answer. There will be someone who finds you attractive.

    Secondly, you can't change who you are, you can't wake up and have different boobs, a new nose, or change your skin colour. Being miserable about it is only going to affect one person - you. The thing that is found to be universally attractive is confidence! So start loving yourself. Dress to flatter your figure. Make the most of what you have. Stop concentrating on the negatives and look at the posetives, because really, what is the point in sulking about it? Just be happy with what you have and flatter your good points. Body confidence isn't that difficult to find.

    And thirdly, who really cares what anyone else thinks? Do what you want for you, not because you think some random guy will like it or it will attract women. People are a lot more attracted to confident individuals who are themselves. Just accept and love yourself, and others will accept and love you too.

    So can we please end all these threads about what is attractive and what isn't, because clearly, everyone will give different answers!
    Sure you can, that's what surgery is for.
    EDIT: Damn, someone got there before me.
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    (Original post by (:Becca(:)
    Sure you can, that's what surgery is for.
    Realistically, especially as a lot of people on here are teenagers.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    Realistically, especially as a lot of people on here are teenagers.
    Oh yeah, unrealistic at this present moment, but you know, in 5-10 years time?
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    This would only work if it were a sticky.
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    (Original post by (:Becca(:)
    Oh yeah, unrealistic at this present moment, but you know, in 5-10 years time?
    The thing is a lot of the time it's pointless, they don't even need it. I can understand a facelift and a boob lift when you're about 50, but people need to just be happy with themselves and realise they're all okay and fine.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    The thing is a lot of the time it's pointless, they don't even need it. I can understand a facelift and a boob lift when you're about 50, but people need to just be happy with themselves and realise they're all okay and fine.
    Well, from other threads you have a great figure, so I really don't think you get it. Unless you want it you won't understand.
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    (Original post by (:Becca(:)
    Well, from other threads you have a great figure, so I really don't think you get it. Unless you want it you won't understand.
    The thing is, my figure still has problems, like I said before, I can't always get nice bras in my size, it's hard to get clothes that fit both my boobs, hips and waist, and you get *****y comments off girls. But I accept it and I love how I look, and I dress in a way to suit it. Similarly, I have a friend who is 5"10, a size 6 and has A cup boobs, and she's stunning. She accepts herself how she is and dresses to flatter her figure.





    Both are gorgeous in their own way!
 
 
 
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